March 14, 2013

Julius Berger Donates “Nigeria at 50 Pavilion”

On March 14, 2013, Julius Berger donated the “Nigeria at 50 Pavilion” to the Federal Capital Territory, in commemoration of Nigeria’s 50th year of independence.


The “Nigeria at 50 Pavilion” was designed and constructed by Julius Berger to serve as a space for education and cultural exchange; a platform for the promotion and preservation of Nigeria’s rich history and vibrant heritage. In addition, in the spirit of cultural enrichment, the space could welcome the international community, as a place to share their culture and encourage understanding and exchange.

The fully functioning 1,037 square meter building consists of a large auditorium, six exhibition areas, as well as administrative and functional areas.

The handover of this building is the last in a number of contributions by Julius Berger for the “Nigeria at 50” celebrations, held in 2010.

 

Julius Berger Synopsis

Julius Berger Nigeria Plc is a Nigerian company offering integrated construction solutions. The company has been operating in Nigeria since 1965 and its scope covers all areas of construction. Julius Berger is dedicated to utilization of cutting-edge technologies and the long term training and education of its staff of 18,000 people. Integrity, transparency, safety and sustainability are the pillars of Julius Berger’s structures and behaviors. The company is committed to being a responsible corporate citizen and actively seeks out opportunities to make measurable differences in the future of people and communities. Key areas of focus include Health, Education and Sports.


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